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Twenty-seven years. 56,000 leaders. Millions of kids. That's a lot of students, and a lot of people working in and out of the classroom to expand educational opportunities in America. And everyone's got a story. Here is the place to share them. Email us if you have a story to share.

 

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Inside TFA
By Theresa Kennelly Mooney
December 11, 2017
A round-up of the alumni who received honors from local and national publications in 2017.
One Day
By Paula Ann Solis
December 8, 2017
Miguel and Brenda are a match made in heaven—which in this case means Dallas.
Education & Issues
By Cullen White
December 5, 2017
Computer science may play a central role in our lives, but it is surprisingly hard to bring to American classrooms. Many TFA alumni and corps members are dedicated to making #CSforAll a reality, despite the challenges.
Education & Issues
December 4, 2017
Learn how you can make every week computer science week.
One Day
By Susan Brenna
November 28, 2017
In Miami, teachers escape the fall hustle for an hour of yoga on the shore.
One Day
By Faviola Leyva
November 20, 2017
In a communications class at a high school in the East Bay, a third-year teacher coaches students to tell stories that matter.
Inside TFA
By The TFA Editorial Team
November 15, 2017
The alumni on the latest Forbes list are leaders in a range of fields: education, entrepreneurship, media, and law.
Students & Communities
By Robert Cook
November 13, 2017
This November, we celebrate the rich the legacy of Native communities and explore historical and cultural distinctions.
One Day
By Tim Kennedy
November 8, 2017
Philadelphia scores a big success with career and technical education for students in the juvenile justice system.
One Day
By Joel Serin-Christ
November 3, 2017
As the end of daylight saving time steals an hour of afternoon sunshine, naps feel inevitable. Go ahead. Give in.
One Day
By Leah Fabel
November 2, 2017
What will it take to get students back to school in Puerto Rico?
One Day
By Leah Fabel
October 31, 2017
Follow the paths of four teachers who left the classroom for a different kind of wild, but with the same commitment to a brighter future.
One Day
By Katherine Reyes
October 19, 2017
Katherine Reyes advises fellow teachers of deaf and hard-of-hearing students, whose educational struggles are often overlooked.
One Day
By Paula Ann Solis
October 17, 2017
Moving toward educational equity often means taking a step back to understand yourself, your history, and the histories of others.
One Day
By Leah Fabel
October 11, 2017
The city’s complicated, deep-rooted issues will not easily be solved. For these locals, that makes the challenge even more worth the taking.
One Day
By Paula Ann Solis
October 10, 2017
From organizing kid zones at shelters to salvaging students’ college applications, meet some of the people who stepped up in the face of catastrophe.
One Day
By Leah Fabel
October 9, 2017
Veteran educators share how they're preparing for next time.
One Day
By Paula Ann Solis
October 2, 2017
Away from the glittery Vegas Strip, a scrappy network of students, families and education advocates is growing.
One Day
By Joel Serin-Christ
September 26, 2017
A Baltimore boarding school student, an Eastern Washington farm girl, a New York Mom and beginning teacher: compare their school routes with yours in 360 interactive video.
One Day
By Leah Fabel
September 22, 2017
As the leaves change and the temperatures drop, take an hour to cozy up with a book from our list of recommended reading.

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